I actually went to IKEA on valentine's Day with my comilitone to help him pick furniture. We both didn't realize that it was Valentine's day. It was a bit awkward, but at least the IKEA was pretty empty! My valentine's Day highlight was that I went to buy two packs of salted potato chips, but the IKEA cashier told me that I could take a third one for only 1€ more and I was so excited that I almost tripped and fell into the Chips basket when I went back to get another pack.
@A pet named Steve, comilitone?
@Not him again, I think it means classmate
@Not him again, google led me to “kommilitone” which is German for fellow student. I believe Steve was looking for the word classmate.
@Not him again, all I could focus on was that word too, haha. Deutsche!
@Not him again, yes sorry. I get confused. It means fellow uni student.
So what you’re saying is I should walk into an IKEA single, hold hands with a stranger and walk around for a bit, and then I’ll come out married?
@Harlett O Scara, The logic is sound
@Harlett O Scara, It explains why I’ve been single. I’ve never been in an IKEA.
@Harlett O Scara, as long as you dont actually attempt to pick out furniture as a couple, because then you'll come out divorced.
@Not him again, the divorce comes after taking the furniture home. The fight that happens when attempting to construct the furniture will end with a restraining order and a divorce filing.
@JDPhi, true. I built a whole bedroom set for my ex's son by myself because I was going to strangle her if she didn't shut her stupid face and STOP BEING WRONG
Ookay @ookay- forever alone
I'm fairly certain you cannot spend less than 10 years in the store at a time.